Associate Haley L. Wasserman was recognized as a Rising Star by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (“CPR”) during their 2023 Annual Meeting. According to CPR, its Rising Stars represent the next generation of leadership in the profession and the Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) community, not only for their excellent legal representation and top-notch dispute management skills but also for their leadership in pro bono activities and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts to improve the profession.
Haley focuses her practice on international arbitration and complex commercial and civil litigation. In her arbitration practice, she represents a sovereign state in multiple investor-state disputes before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (“ICSID”). In her litigation practice, she has represented Fortune 500 companies, non-profit corporations, financial institutions, and AmLaw 100 law firms in both federal and state courts. These matters have spanned a broad range of substantive areas, including multi-district product liability litigation, government investigations, contract disputes, and other commercial and civil disputes. Haley has successfully argued dispositive motions on behalf of clients, and taken and defended dozens of depositions, including of plaintiffs, expert witnesses, and company witnesses.
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